This week started out back in Frechen. We went to a freshly opened bio restaurant which served tomato rice with chicken and a salad (on the left). The rice and the chicken were covered in flowery salt and the salad was made with mandarins, walnuts and beetroot.
Tuesday was pasta day. I had some pasta with meat which was unfortunately overcooked and not very tasty. Lessons learned on Wednesday when I had fish with asparagus and potato salad. Interesting was that the potato salad was made with mayonnaise. Even if mayonnaise does not belong in a real potato salad, the furniture store, where we had it, made it taste still acceptable ;) and I enjoyed it.
The fatty (but tasty) sin weekend continued on Saturday when we were invited to a game night playing charade and werewolf (which is a game, originally called Mafia).
Mafia (Russian: Ма́фия, also known as Werewolf, Assassin, Witch Hunt, Palermo Nights or Pirates) is a party game created in the USSR by Dimitry Davidoff in 1986, modelling a battle between an informed minority (the mafia) and an uninformed majority (the townspeople). Players are secretly assigned roles: either mafia, who know each other; or townspeople, who know only the number of mafia amongst them. In the game's night phase the mafia covertly "murder" a townsperson. During the day phase, all of the surviving players debate the identities of the mafia and vote to eliminate a suspect. Play continues until all of the mafia have been eliminated, or until the mafia outnumber the townspeople. If you want to know more: Mafia
Of course this game made us very hungry... and we had to order a party pizza from around the corner.
The tasty udon noudle soup on Sunday was the successfull conclusion of our week and weekend and accompanied our Sunday quiet night to save up and have new power for the next week.